Monthly Archives: December 2014

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The Hermitage to Display Gold Presentation Box

Andrew Jackson’s home, The Hermitage, has acquired a gold presentation box given to the president for his bravery at the Battle of New Orleans. According to a news release from The Hermitage, the box was presented to Jackson in 1819 … Continue reading

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Fort Campbell Soldiers Fighting Ebola to Come Home

Fort Campbell soldiers will soon begin returning home from their Ebola-fighting mission in West Africa. WPLN-FM reports the World Health Organization will retake the lead in training health care workers in how to handle Ebola patients beginning Thursday. Since arriving … Continue reading

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Board of Regents wants Students to Declare Majors

The Tennessee Board of Regents wants its students to start declaring majors right away. WPLN-FM reports Chancellor John Morgan recently told a group of policy makers that students who choose a college major right away are more likely to graduate. … Continue reading

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Affordable Care Act Challenge

  A group of former and current Republican State Lawmakers have joined a Supreme Court challenge that stands to derail a major feature of the Federal Affordable Care Act.The┬áissue is whether the IRS can direct tax rebates to help offset … Continue reading

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Three Dead in Mobile Home Fire

Two adults and a young child are dead following a mobile home blaze in Middle Tennessee. Hickman County Sheriff’s Lt. Craig Butts said the blaze was reported early Tuesday at the home in Bon Aqua, which is about 40 miles … Continue reading

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Three Children Dead from Flu

State health officials say at least three Tennessee children have died as the result of the flu in the last month. Two victims were from Middle Tennessee while the 3rd lived near Knoxville. The latest count brings the flu related … Continue reading

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